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DVD+R DL 8.5GB Double Layer (50 Pack)

Verbatim

Verbatim Double Layer Discs provide a massive 8.5GB (2.6 for 8cm products) storage capacity. The double layer of recording has been made possible by the creation of a new substrate layer that sits in between each recording layer, that allows the laser beam to record on both layers. Once the first layer has been recorded, the laser re-focused to record on the second layer. As well as the latest speeds, Verbatim media is also available with a printable surface. Colours printed onto the disc surface are now as rich and deep as the original. Wide printable surfaces are also available so an image can be printed right up to the central hub of the disc surface.

Features & Benefits:

  • 8.5 Gbyte's of storage capacity on a single-sided disc
  • Largest compatible DVD back-up and data archiving format for computer drives
  • Record 4 hours of DVD quality television and video (16 hours of VHS quality)
  • Supported by high speed Double Layer writers, up to 10X, burn 8.5GB in approximately 12-15 minutes
  • Compatible with DVD+R DL drives from leading manufacturers
  • Ideal for archiving home movies
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

AUD $160.85 ex tax

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Since our beginning in 1969, Verbatim® has been at the forefront of the evolution in data storage technology from Floppy Disks and Magneto-Optical storage to the latest CD and DVD formats, USB Drives and Memory Cards. Today, more than 48 years later, Verbatim remains one of the most recognisable names in the data storage industry.

An industry pioneer, Verbatim is recognised for the role it plays in early product development and commercial product introduction of new technologies. Our leadership is especially apparent in the evolution of optical media recording including MO and the CD/DVD family of products.

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